I had 2 ablations 2 months apart, give it time you will feel better
Ask about a pacemaker. It has done wonders and no Amiodarone.
Rachael, I am sorry that the ablation has not worked well for you. It does sometimes take a while before you stop having the arrhythmia. Are you taking any antiarrhythmic drugs now? There are lots of drugs that your doctor can try that will probably help to control the arrhythmia. It is really best to speak with your doctors since they are experts on your condition. Many of us here have atrial arrhythmias so the drugs you need to control the ventricular arrhythmias will most likely be different. This is really a question for your cardiac team. They will be the best ones to offer advice on the next steps. Good luck and I hope you get a solution that works well for you. Keep us posted on what you find out. Hugs🤗
My husband's was on amiodarone after his 1st ablation for around 4 years. He had 5 cardioversions during the 5 year period. He kept going into AFIB and initially AFlutter - final cardiologist who did his 3rd ablation said that it was a short term drug only not to exceed a year (?) and immediately transitioned him to Sotalol AF; he had to be off Amiodarone for close to a month and had to check into hospital for maybe 2 days while starting Sotalol. He stopped after 3rd ablation worked. He is T2D and did really well on Metformin, which was prohibited while on Amiodarone; so blood sugar was fought with all kinds of meds inlcuding insulin. So glad he is off - just for the blood sugar control. He still takes several rate reducing drugs.
We’re you on amiodarone when it went to 200?
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